The Bloodline is entering more and more of the right in the history of WWE but not only, also in general in that of the pro-wrestling discipline. If we look at the individual athletes, Roman Reigns is Universal Champion since the summer of 2020 and WWE Champion since WrestleMania 38, while the Usos both own the belts of the couple category and Solo Sikoa was instead for a very short period champion at NXT with the title of North American Champion and finally The Honorary Uce, Sami Zayn, the people's champion, is also present in the stable.
So a stable that in one way or another has managed to bring prestige to itself by winning titles on titles, meetings on meetings, feuds on feuds, with the presence of Paul Heyman as a manager who acts as a side dish. Speaking of feuds, with the somewhat surprising announcement of the Elimination Chamber to be held in Canada in February 2023, many fans were unleashed with the idea of a possible clash between Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn, thanks to the growing discontent present in the Bloodline itself due to the friction between Jey Uso and the honorary member.
For now, however, the stable goes on like a train, with the Usos and Reigns who have won their respective matches also at Crown Jewel, keeping their belts.
Has WWE already designated the new champion after Roman Reigns?
Apparently, it would seem that within the WWE backstage, there would already be clear ideas for who will be the athlete who will replace Roman Reigns as the new champion, when the Tribal Chief will surrender his crown.
As reported by the well-known site WrestleVotes, in fact: "They already have an idea of who will be beating Roman. I don't know specifically if it will be Cody. I don't know if it will be The Rock. And I don't know if it will be Bray Wyatt.
But I think there are very few guys to choose from and many in the company have said 'okay, that would make sense for the future' But I don't think it will happen anytime soon, to be honest with you."